Mr. Marc Verhage serves as TriVector Services’ President. Mr. Verhage is responsible for the corporation’s strategic goals and their implementation. Additionally, he is responsible for the allocation of corporate capabilities and resources to maximize the company’s ability to meet customers’ needs. He also manages company employees, business development, execution, and improvement of day-to-day company tasks and pursues opportunities in engineering and scientific services for TriVector.
Dr. Joey Shelton
Dr. Joey Shelton is TriVector Services, Inc.'s Senior Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Dr. Shelton oversees all business development efforts at TriVector.
Mr. Timothy Kauffman serves as TriVector Services’ Senior Vice President for Financial Management. He brings with him 30 years of technical leadership on the International Space Station and the Human Landing System and many other aerospace programs at NASA, as well as eight years of executive and project management experience in private industry. His combination of both financial management and systems engineering experience provides a solid foundation for integration and execution of complex aerospace systems and projects.
Mr. Brian Williams is TriVector’s Vice President of Information Systems and Technology. He is responsible for overseeing the corporate Information Technology (IT) capability and ensuring TriVector's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) compliance. Additionally, Mr. Williams serves as the company's Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) and Assistant Facilities Security Officer (AFSO).
Mr. Ronnie Sams is TriVector's Senior Vice President of the Civil Systems SBU. As a TriVector employee for over 11 years, Mr. Sams worked for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Ares I Upper Stage Element performing avionics and software project management and for U. S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC), System Simulation, Software, and Integration Directorate (S3I) supporting airworthiness, independent verification and validation (IV&V), and processes for Gray Eagle unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Most recently, Mr. Sams has served as a subject matter expert for Stages Avionics on the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s (MSFC), Engineering Services and Science Capability Augmentation (ESSCA) contract. In his role of Senior Vice President, Mr. Sams oversees the day-to-day operations of TriVector’s NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and Utilities contracts.
John M. Verhage, Colonel, USAF, Ret.
John M. Verhage, Colonel, USAF, Ret. (Mike) is TriVector's Senior Vice President of the Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU). In this role, Verhage provides key support in Project Management, Systems Engineering and Integration, Digital Engineering, Modeling and Simulation, Engineering Analysis, Configuration and Data Management, Avionics and Software Integration, Software Foreign Military Sales, Software Safety, and Software Independent Verification and Validation to the U.S. Army and the Missile Defense Agency (MDA).
Maurizio Mazza is Trivector's Vice President of the Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU). He brings with him over 35 years of leadership experience in both the military and commercial sector executing extensive complex developmental and operational weapon system programs.
Nate Breard is the Vice President for Civil Systems and serves as the Deputy for the Civil Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU) under Sr. Vice President, Ronnie Sams. In his role as Vice President, Mr. Breard provides leadership to our Civil Systems employees and key support to our customers in NOAA, NASA, Commercial Space, and Energy in the fields of systems engineering and integration, project management, modeling and simulation, and configuration and data management.